Have you heard of Warrior Women events?

Warrior Women Events are usually held in venues in Cardiff. During the COVID lockdown, they moved online – meaning you can be anywhere in the world to join in. Regardless of whether they are online or offline, the inspirational events are designed to be thought-provoking, informative and inspiring.

Sat in the garden, with a glass of rose wine, waiting for the first Warrior Women Collective online event to start

Little Cardiff Social – Festive Dinner at Future Inn Cardiff

Invite. Fancy a festive catch up with Cardiff food and lifestyle bloggers? Yes, please?! Earlier this week I headed to Thomas Restaurant at Future Inn Cardiff Bay. It is not often I get to be a customer, so was looking forward to trying the food and drink and experiencing the Christmas vibes.

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Thomas Restaurant at Future Inn Cardiff decorated with twinkling fairy lights and Christmas trees for the festive season.

Review Jack Whitehall: Stood Up in Cardiff

On Saturday 30th November 2019, I went to the matinee performance of Jack Whitehall: Stood Up in the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.  I thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and left with my cheeks hurting from the laughter. I was disappointed to read the scathing reviews of the tour; the Guardian gave it one star saying, “The comic, who doesn’t seem to have any interest in people or the world, puts on a weak show with anecdotes that ring untrue”.  The Metro gave it two stars and Chortle only 2 and a half.

So, let’s put the record straight…

Jack Whitehall: Stood Up Tour at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff

Cardiff Series: City of Arcades Day

Did you know that Cardiff is the City of Arcades? A little-known fact about Cardiff is that it has the biggest concentration of Victorian, Edwardian, and modern-day indoor shopping arcades in Britain. These corridors wind through the centre of the Welsh capital, crammed with boutique shops, family-run cafes, independent bookstores, gelato bars, and hidden tea houses.

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The Castle Arcade runs opposite Cardiff Castle and features a beautiful gallery with a wooden second-floor balcony and footbridges. One of the longer of Cardiff’s famous Victorian arcades, it is also one of the city’s only two-level shopping arcades other than Cardiff Central Market.